This is the nursery for our 4 month old little boy. I had a lot of fun putting it together, finding things here and there. I got a lot of inspiration from Project Nursery!
I looked at tons of sites like Project Nursery, Ohhdedoh, Flickr, etc. to get ideas, but then I kind of just ended up doing my own thing and I love how it turned out.
Cozy and comfy are what I go for. I like a little bit modern and a little bit vintage.
We found the crib at Sears for under $200 and I absolutely love it. I wanted one that had the solid back without the slats, but those are always more expensive, so I was so happy with the deal we found. The bedding was made my my mother-in-law. I ordered fabric from Bitty Blossoms and So Fun Fabrics. The changing table was an antique dresser I found on craigslist. All I did was use some Pledge and put new knobs on. It was exactly what I was looking for. The nightstand was a garage sale find that I just painted and changed the knob. The "M" initial knob came from Hobby Lobby (50% off..woo-hoo!). The chair and ottoman are made by Best Chairs and were a gift from some great friends of ours. The wall decals came from Etsy stores, Grey Wolf Graphics, and Tweetheart Art. And the framed wood print came from Petit Collage. I made the heart collage and "M is for Miller" print.
The changing table is one of my favorite finds, but I love a lot of things in the room. The bedding, photos, chair, etc.
You don't have to spend a lot of money to have the nursery you want. The most expensive item was the chair & ottoman (which was a gift) and the crib was under $200. I'm a bargain hunter, so everything else was pretty inexpensive.